For years, Fox Rothschild partner Mark G. McCreary has been advising the chief privacy officers of his corporate clients on data privacy issues from cyberinsurance to data ownership. Now McCreary is the firm’s chief privacy officer, taking on the new role in an effort to better manage how his firm responds to increasing and varied data security requirements from its clients.

McCreary said he views the role as a policy position, providing a centralized location for client questions on data privacy, review of firm technology contracts and reviews of data privacy questions on RFPs or engagement letters. McCreary will also be responsible for reviewing and revising firm policies on data security and educating attorneys and staff on the issue. He is currently leading the charge on Fox Rothschild’s efforts to become ISO 27001 certified, a certification on information security management standards.

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